David Walliams steps out with wife Lara Stone and mum Kathleen for Great Expectations premiere


Love is still in the air for comedian David Walliams and wife of two years, model Lara Stone. The couple looked more in love than ever as they showed up arm in arm for David’s new film premiere, the remake of a Charles Dickens classic, Great Expectations. The other lady in David’s life also made a showing. His mum Kathleen held his other arm as the threesome smiled and posed for the cameras.

The event was held inside Leicester Square’s Odeon cinema which also marked the closing of the BFI London Film Festival. David was his dapper self dressed in a black tuxedo, white shirt and a bow-tie while mum Kathleen looked elegant in a black and floral print dress and flashed a mega-watt smile. She was obviously proud to be seen with her son. Wife Lara pulled out all the stops and wore a long black gown with a plunging neckline and accessorised with a red silk scarf drapped casually around her shoulders. The make-up was understated with almost nude lips but she went stronger with the eye-makeup which made her eyes pop. All in all, a great look for her.

David exchanged a kiss with wife Lara before they headed in to watch the film. Seems like Lara is “pleased as punch” with David as well. Besides acting, the comedian recently revealed that he has signed on for another two years as judge on Britain’s Got Talent and the deal will reportedly earn him a whopping 800,000 pounds. As if that isn’t enough to keep him busy, he will also be hosting this year’s Royal Variety Performance taking over from comedian Peter Kay. The show will feature big-name performers such as Celine Dion, Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue which will be aired on TV in early December.

All work and no play makes David a dull boy? Not by a long shot. That’s why he’s got stunning wife Lara to steal kisses with and to keep things exciting and lovely mum Kathleen to give him the support he needs for the moments in-between. It’s up and up for family guy David and that is a good thing folks.

By
T. J. Mueller